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CuddlyBear

Aging Bear

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Submissions

2
Johnny B. Goode
May 5, 1977
New Haven Coliseum

Nice Keith solo at the end to end a superb show from start to end.
1
Row Jimmy
May 12, 1974
University of Nevada

Comes out of a MLB jam, a big fat mellow groove sets out what is one of those weeks of really good versions.
2
Space
Oct. 12, 1968
Avalon Ballroom

Feedback( but where else to put it?) Almost tuneful,very focused. A great show.
2
The Other One
Aug. 25, 1972
Berkeley Community Theatre

Even though it cuts out after 16mins, a really fine 1972 TOO. Worth 16 minutes of anyones time.
1
Mississippi Halfstep Uptown Toodeloo
Sept. 15, 1973
Providence Civic Center

Although only part of set 2 seems to exist, great show. Clean,good energy,starting to get that fall 73 jazziness.

Comments

The Eleven
June 7, 1969
Fillmore West

A superb show from the boys. The Eleven is so often blistering dynamite and this one doesn't disappoint. Give it all a whirl if you can
Dupree's Diamond Blues
June 7, 1969
Fillmore West

Big shout out to jbrucer for pointing me to this version and that led me onto a whole show full of goodies. I am digging 1969 more and more. Love and Peace to all.
Sugar Magnolia
Feb. 19, 1973
International Amphitheatre

More votes for this gem of a version
He's Gone
Feb. 19, 1973
International Amphitheatre

What still exists is superb. We can only dream that one day the rest will show up. Classic 1973 He's Gone, good vocals, starting to stretch out the outro into Truckin'. Give it all a whirl
The Other One
Feb. 19, 1973
International Amphitheatre

Absolutely superb. Great Phil solo , tight, directed. A great 2nd set. See also He's Gone>Truckin'>TOO>Eyes of the World>China Doll. Wonderful